Weeks 9 and 10: Presentations and Final
1. Lesson plan presentation expectations
You will present one of your lessons to the class. I recommend using presentation software (PowerPoint, Keynote, or Prezi) to share your lesson with the class. You can use the same organization as the lesson plan–one slide for pre-assessment, one slide for goals, one slide for objectives, etc.
Before you prepare your presentation, please go through Death By PowerPoint (below). One category on the rubric is Creativity in Technology Design:
Graphics/photos help create a convincing and memorable presentation. The presentation exemplifies using technology in education. No technical errors during presentation with hardware or software. No written language, grammar, or spelling errors on slides.
Spend time finding quality images.
- Check for typos.
- Avoid writing in ALL CAPS.
- Use high resolution images.
Here are some places to find free, or inexpensive, stock photos for videos:
You will create a thread here to share your presentation.
- Create presentation (on PowerPoint)
- Record presentation on http://screencast-o-matic.com/
- Upload to http://screencast-o-matic.com/
- Upload by August 2 at 5pm
- Paste URL (looks like http://screencast-o-matic.com/watch/clitcvKiO) to BlackBoard
- Watch and comment on seven other lessons by August 9 at 5pm
3. Final Exam
- Your final will be a worksheet making Literature/Math/Daily Schedule Connections.
- You will extend a math concept throughout the day. You will be given one objective, and you will integrate that standard into every part of the school day.
- As part of your final, you will be required to assess each of the presentations. If you are not in attendance for the presentations, you will not be able to complete the assessments of the lesson plan presentations.